Creating Social Value Blog / Tag: Service

Volunteering at Cradles to Crayons

Working at Cradles to Crayons this past semester has been an extremely rewarding experience. Cradles to Crayons is an organization which heavily relies on their volunteers, and they do not disappoint. Seeing the amount of people who want to help others and make a difference in a child’s life is very heartwarming. In particular, there…

Babson’s efforts in El Salvador: An outsider’s perspective

This is my second summer coming to Getsemaní, El Salvador and it is the highlight of my summer. On this trip I am the only person who does not have a direct contact to Babson; I am neither a student nor an administrator. I attend Providence College and have zero experience in the world of…

Tyler Blake @ Barton Road

Its that time of the day. The minute hand finally passes the 15 minute mark of the clock, and I am officially free from my day of classes. Babson College is a demanding environment, and as I head off to countless meetings, lectures, and extracurriculars, I often wonder what my week would be like if…

Krisandra Bianca Cuenta @ Cradles to Crayons

As the newest member of the Cradles to Crayons clan, I was extremely nervous for my first day. I knew that the other members were a tight-knit group and I was afraid that I wouldn’t fit in quite right. But little did I know that the events to come would really prove that I belonged…

Derishai Gordon-Staton @ Cradles to Crayons

February 24th, 2012 What a glorious day in the Cradles to Crayons Giving Factory! There were so many bright spirits and the energy was at an all-time high. My FME group (Urbanae Portable Phone Chargers) came to the Giving Factory to help out and they had a great time. They were amazing! Unfortunately, I wasn’t…

Judy Liu @ Cradles to Crayons

I never fail to have an amazing day with my Cradles to Crayons family. Not a day goes by when I am not laughing, singing, or crying out of joy with my C2C team. Even though the morning shift consisted of dust, getting super dirty, and back breaking labor (I am exaggerating..a little) at Fallon,…